So you’ve been hired to teach ESL – congratulations on making it this far! But the question now remains: How? What? And where? If you were to look online for ESL resources, you’ll be surprised and relieved (perhaps also overwhelmed?) at what you’ll see before you.
There are many resources available to you aside from your colleagues (an obvious choice, and an invaluable one at that). Scouring the Internet can prove daunting and endless. However, here are a few tried and tested sites that will take you to your class with confidence.
Some good finds:
ESL Gold is a very popular and widely used site for ESL teaching material. The site is categorized nicely for you to easily select what area, skill, and level(s) you’d like to focus on, which is especially Continue reading